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  • History
    The Apex Organisation for Industry in Zimbabwe, the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industry (CZI) has been in existence since 1923.
  • Operations
    It is an independent, self-financed, legally constituted organisation that represents and serves interests of members in a wide array of matters affecting their viability and competitiveness
  • Find Us
    CZI has four regional chamber offices in Mashonaland, Matebeleland, Midlands, and Manicaland, which serve as reference points for industry in international business community.
  • Mission
    In the interest of Zimbabwe's economic prosperity, the Confederation shall foster and encourage, promote, protect and advance the sustainable growth and development of the manufacturing industry and business development in Zimbabwe.
  • Objective
    CZI promotes active business in Zimbabwe to achieve a minimally regulated business environment, in which development is possible.


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Representation 
CZI undertakes this function on behalf of members to ensure that both the Central & Local Governments enact laws that are conducive for optimum business operations.


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Economic Advice
CZI proactively propose & recommend Government on key economic issues & provides members with economic analysis.


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Information Dissemination 
CZI provides members with information that is important & general in nature to suit membership needs. CZI also provide survey/research based information.


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The 2015 CZI annual Congress is set to be held at The Village Lodge, Gweru, from 29 July to 31 July 2015. The Congress is running under the theme “Unlocking Manufacturing Competitiveness”.

We will have pronounced panel discussions or a mix of Presenters and Panellists. Each session will be formulated around a panel discussion on a selected sub-theme, following a presentation on the sub-theme. Panel sessions will have a Moderator who will begin each session by giving a brief background of the topic: introduce each panellist and allow each panellist a few minutes to present their views; then the discussion is opened to the floor for a full interactive session. The whole idea behind this is to allow the participants greater contribution to the whole process of the Congress, and ultimately the crafting of Congress resolutions. This year’s topic seeks to identify what needs to be done to unlock manufacturing competitiveness, and as such, we feel it is imperative to have the full participation of industrialists on a broader scope than what has been the case in the past.

For registration, please contact Rachel on 0773841566 or Moreblessing on 0772944972.

law 

 

Manokore Attorneys is a corporate and business focused law firm which has recently concluded a research on the regulatory environment in key sectors and have consequently formulated and published a guide to investing in Zimbabwe based on the research findings. This is premised on the many requests they had from external peers and current and would be foreign and local investors. They deemed it critical that anyone interested in doing business in Zimbabwe has an easily accessible reference document from which they could better inform their respective decisions. CZI members can also find the information contained in the guide useful. It is seeks to address the challenge of lack of information on various applicable regulatory regimes in the identified sectors. To that end, we would like to encourage members to download a copy of the guide as a way of enhancing legal and commercial awareness of one’s operating environment.

Click here to get a copy of the guide.

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CZI has been asked by the Office of the State President (OPC) to find out what individual companies are owed by:

(i) Government Ministries/Departments; (ii) Parastatals; and (iii) Local Authorities.


Those who are yet to submit this information should send it to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

 

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 CZI is working with Africa Development Bank in compiling a sample of companies’ profiles operating in Zimbabwe with a view to make an assessment of available opportunities for private sector development in the country.


For more information please contact Dephine Mazambani-Mutafera on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 04 251490-6 or 04 703265. You can also call in at our offices at 31 Josiah Chinamano Avenue, Harare, Zimbabwe.

 

 

About Us

The Apex Organisation for Industry in Zimbabwe, the Confederation of Zimbabwe Industry (CZI) has been in existence since 1923. It is an independent, self-financed, legally constituted organisation that represents and serves interests of members in a wide array of matters affecting their viability and competitiveness.

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